Reece Eddy 2020 MLL Draft Prospect
April 24, 2020 - Major League Lacrosse (MLL) News Release
Boston, MA - Reece Eddy noted at the beginning of the 2020 season that his Boston University Terriers were underdogs, but for Eddy heading into the 2020 MLL Collegiate Draft Presented by Cascade, that may not be the case. Reece is one of the highest performing LSMs in NCAA play. Despite being #1 or #2 across defensive stats for his team every season, he has remained hungry and improved across the board each season. He is a fast player, with quick hands. Eddy has proven to be a leader for the Terriers, serving as captain this year.
Eddy has the makings for an MLL rookie - but will he be picked up in the 2020 MLL Collegiate Draft Presented by Cascade? To find out, follow the results on MLL's social media platforms, May 4 at 8pm EST.
2017 - 2018: Canisius
2019 - 2020: Boston University
Hometown: Skaneateles, NY
Ground Balls Caused Turnovers
Season GP-GS # Rank Across Team # Rank Across Team
2020 6-0 31 2nd (BU) 16 1st (BU)
2019 17-1 71 2nd (BU) 34 1st (BU)
2018 17-0 85 1st (Canisius) 28 1st (Canisius)
2017 15-3 50 1st (Canisius) 17 1st (Canisius)
Noteworthy for 2020 Draft
Consistency - Eddy delivered every year of his collegiate career as one of the most consistent performers for both the Terriers and the Griffins.
Leadership - Captain for BU
Still Getting Better - Eddy has been the #1 or #2 guy across defensive stats for all four years of his career, and yet his stats show he is still getting better. He averaged a 33% improvement YOY in CT per game.
Inside Lacrosse All-American
2020 Tied for second in the country in caused turnovers per game (2.67)
2020 Tied for third in the NCAA with 16 caused turnovers
2020 Averaged 5.17 ground balls per game, which ranked second among NCAA defenders
2019 Finished the season with program-record 34 caused turnovers
2018 Second Team All-MAAC selection
2018 Set a program record with 28 caused turnovers
2018 15th in the nation in caused turnovers per game (1.65)
2017 MAAC All-Rookie Team
High School: 3x All-Central New York First Team in lacrosse
High School: 2x All-Central New York in hockey
High School: All-Central New York honoree in soccer
Has 5 siblings
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